Hip-hop museum pop-up experience comes to DC

For a limited time, Washingtonians can experience the ultimate remix to culture, museum and food.

This week, Hennessy and Union District Oyster Bar & Lounge will welcome the world's largest collection of authentic hip-hop artifacts and memorabilia with "The Hip-Hop Museum Pop-Up Experience," created and curated by The Source magazine founder and D.C. native Dave Mays.

The Hip-Hop Museum Pop-Up Experience is a traveling art, food, fun, broadcasting, DJ, producer, performance, graffiti, music concert experience that encompasses all aspects of hip-hop music, history and culture.

The five-week food and music pop-up kicks off on Thursday, July 11 with a grand opening celebration featuring DJ Clark Kent and DJ RBI. Guests can expect a summer-long jam session complete with a hip-hop happy hour Monday through Friday, panel discussions, appearances by hip-hop legends and much more.

According to the founders, "Throwback Thursdays" will be extra star-studded and will include some of the most famous DJ's in the industry will be on the turntables. The guest list includes Brand Nubian, DJ Doo Wop, DJ Kool, DJ Cash Money, Sugarhill Gang and more.

For more details and information, check out the official website.